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Physical Benefits to Exercise

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Susan K

on 26 September 2015

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Transcript of Physical Benefits to Exercise

MENTAL/EMOTIONAL BENEFITS
Fitness Apps
Fitness Trackers
Workout Generators
Dieting
Meditation/Sleep
5 COMPONENTS OF EXERCISE
Cardiovascular Endurance
Flexibility
Muscular Strength
Muscular Endurance
Body Composition
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?
SOCIAL BENEFITS
EXERCISE AND FITNESS
PHYSICAL BENEFITS
Helps control weight (body composition
Reduces risk of type II diabetes and strengthens your immune system
Builds healthy bones, muscles and joints
Reduces risk of premature death
Reduces risk of cardiovascular disease/high blood pressure
Reduces risk of colon cancer
Reduces feelings of depression/anxiety
Boosts brain power
Boosts your mood
Promotes self confidence
The FITT Principle
F= Frequency (How often?)
I= Intensity (How hard?)
T= Time (How long?)
T= Type (Aerobic/Anaerobic?)
Teamwork
Fun
Family and friends

PHYSICAL INACTIVITY HAS BECOME THE NORM TO SOCIETY
Only 48% of all Ameicans meet the CDC physical activity guidelines
Only 3 out of 10 high school students get the proper amount of physcial activity
9 percent of deaths globally can be traced back to inactivity
Which is 5.3 million deaths that could have been avoided with a slight increase in activity
cdc 2014
30 or more minutes of exercise a day has shown to significantly improve symptoms of depression

Benefits for Teens
Higher test scores
More likely to go to college
Earn 10% or more over the course of their lifetime
AND.....
less likely to participate in unsafe behavior such as risky sexual behavior, drug use and smoking
Very Similar to Nike and Fitbit
Real Personal Trainer
No Hardware
Pioneered the Social Connection
Top Rated Men's Health
Many different versions of this app
Designed by physiologist, coaches and trainers
Overall Health, Fitness, Nutrition, Medical Data etc.
Connects with Many Devices and Apps
Social Component
WHITE NOISE
relax/sleep
wide variety of sounds-create your own
can be synched with other alarms
relaxation, sleep, meditation, stress relief, mind training
40 different sessions
100+calming sounds, music tracks
customized sounds can by synched to other devices
Tracks-
Activity
Exercise
Food
Weight
Sleep
Monitors Progress
Social connection

Daily Workouts
White Noise
FitBit
Brainwave Studio
Tracks Activity
Set Goals
Coaching Tips
Social Connection
7 minute Workout
Map My Run
Log Routes, Workouts, Meals
Set goals
Training Logs
Social Networking
uses < 100 exercises
wide variety of workouts including customized and random
full body workouts or targeted regions
video guides
PACER
Counts Your Steps
Create Group Competition and Challenges
Log Your Food
Calorie Intake
Set Goals
Create a 5 Day Fitness Plan
Include a warm up activity and cool down
Include an App you could use
Use the FITT Principle
Frequency (how long)
Intensity (low, medium, high)
Time
Type
Mayo Clinic 2014
CDC 2014
CDC 2014

Frequency

Just 30 minutes a day can boost calorie burn and increase heart health
Moderate Exercise

LIGHT ACTIVITY
BRISK WALKING
DANCING
GARDENING

VIGOROUS EXERCISE

VERY INTENSE ACTIVITY

RUNNING
AEROBIC EXERCISE
COMPETITIVE SPORTS
TIME
ACCORDING TO THE CDC , OBESITY CAUSED BY INACTIVITY LEADS TO VARIOUS FORMS OF CANCER, AS WELL AS DIABETES AND HEART DISEASE.

INACTIVITY HAS LEAD TO OBESITY BECOMING AN EPIDEMIC IN MOST DEVELOPED COUNTRIES
CDC 2014
BRAIN CELLS SHOW A 22.5% FASTER DECLINE IN AN OBSESE INDIVIDUAL THAN A PERSON OF NORMAL WEIGHT
ADAMS 2012
HOWEVER EXERCISE PROMOTES THE RECONSTRUCTION OF BRAIN CELLS, CALLED NEUROGENESIS.
ADAMS 2012
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